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Piedmont - May 10th-14th, 2024

Embark on an exclusive wine and culinary journey to the exceptional boutique wineries and exquisite restaurants of Piedmont's Langhe region.
Explore the area's misty hills and indulge in the rich flavors of Nebbiolo, named after the Italian word for fog.
Discover traditional and contemporary Barolos, classic Barbaresco wines, and savor the region's renowned varieties, including the elusive Arneis from Roero.
Led by Ciro Beligni from Le volpi e l'uva in Florence, this engaging and educational itinerary promises adventure and discovery.

4 nights/5 days
$3,900 USD per person based on double occupancy.
$350 USD single supplement.



Meet in Alba

Friday May 10th

We will meet in Alba* late morning and depart from there to visit our first winery in the Langhe for a cantina visit, tasting, and lunch. Afterwards, we'll check in to our bed & breakfast near La Morra and enjoy dinner in a favorite local restaurant.

*Alba is approximately a one-hour train ride from Turin.


Saturday May 11th

Following breakfast, we'll journey to Barbaresco, where we'll explore two exceptional producers and savor lunch. The day will culminate with dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant.

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Sunday May 12th

We will spend the day with two of our favorite winemakers situated in distinct Barolo crus. We'll delve into the nuances and commonalities of these wines, unraveling what makes them truly exceptional. Lunch and dinner will be enjoyed at two esteemed local favorites, true gems of the region.


Monday May 13th

Roero, often overshadowed by its renowned neighbors, is a hidden gem. We'll delve into the complexities of its exceptional whites and reds through visits to two boutique wineries, complemented by meals at superb restaurants.



Tuesday May 14th

Before a special farewell lunch, we'll make one final memorable winery visit. In the late afternoon, we will drop off guests at the Alba train station.

While we make every effort to adhere to this itinerary, please be aware that occasional adjustments may be necessary due to restaurant and winery availability.

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